ChemSW, Inc. released an enhanced version of its IMCS Live web-delivered Instrument Maintenance & Calibration System. IMCS Live addresses the three core components of instrument maintenance and calibration: managing routine maintenance schedules, problem resolution, and task allocation. The enhanced release provides a simplified user interface, role-based access, and new features that streamline maintenance and calibration tasks.
IMCS Live is a robust laboratory equipment calibration tracking and management software program that allows labs to automatically schedule periodic maintenance and inspection events, as well as track, monitor and report those events using an extensive array of customizable reports. It provides a central repository for calibration and maintenance records, delivering unmatched flexibility in maintaining, visualizing, and reporting instrument history, including instrument type, identification, location, user, as well as problem status and history.
New features include Optimized Searches, integration with Crystal Reports, a new MTBF feature allows the administrator to monitor performance for each piece of equipment, a new View Editor Preview function allows retired equipment to be filtered out of the equipment list without being permanently removed, and more. Now, laboratories can be ensured that equipment calibration and maintenance is managed automatically for all equipment-from chromatographs to fire extinguishers-in the lab.
IMCS Live is a key component of ChemSW’s family of web-delivered vertical offerings, and provides users with an enterprise-level solution at an affordable low cost of entry.
Filed Under: Software, Test + measurement • test equipment